How To Make.... Hillaflake - Free Pattern



This pattern has been in my head for quite sometime now. I really liked the end result
Super excited , I decided to share the pattern with you all. 

Skill Level:

 Easy

Materials:
Kirakira Cotton ( from Daiso) * of course you can use any cotton yarn corresponding to the hook size * 

Hook:  2mm 

This pattern is written in American Terms

Stitches:

Ch=Chain

Slst=slipstitch

Sc= Single Crochet

Dc= Double Crochet

3dc bobble =3dc bo

 {For a 3 double crochet Bobble stitch, do each double crochet without completing the the last step in the same stitch 
(you would have 2 loops after the first dc, 3 loops on the hook after the  second dc, and 4 loops on the hook when all all three dcs are completed. Then yarn over and draw through all the loops. That is the Bobble stitch.

For starting bobble, start with 3ch which counts as first dc}

Shell Stitch= 2dc ch2 2dc

For starting shell, start with 3ch which counts as first dc

Picot= 3ch ,insert hook in the third chain from hook, yarn over , draw through the stitch. For a bigger picot, 4ch .

Round 1:Start with magic ring , make the starting  3dc bobble,into the magic ring ,( 3 ch,3dc bobble 3ch) , repeat five more times. Join in the top of the starting bobble  (6 (3dc bobble, 3 ch ) )
Close the magic ring by pulling the thread.

Round 2:On top of the bobble stitch of the previous round, Make a  starting shell 2 ch 2dc shell. Skip the next 3 ch and make a shell on top of the next bobble around. Join In the third ch of the beginning shell.

Round 3:Sl st in to the ch 2  of the previous round, starting shell in the 2ch space , 2 ch, sc in the space between the shells of the previous row , shell in the next shell . (shell Stitch,2ch, sc, 2ch) around. Join in the third st of the starting chain .

Round 4:Sl st into the 2ch sp of the previous row . Sl st, 3chain picot, 4 ch picot, 3 ch picot , slst, 3ch, sc, 3ch picot, sc in the sc of the previous row, 3 ch {(slst, 3ch picot, 4ch picot,3ch picot ,slst). 3ch( sc 3chpicot,sc) 3ch} repeat { }  around. Sl st into the sl st of the beginning picot. 
Finish off.

In an effort to make it easier for people to follow, incase my written instructions don't make sense, I  decided to do a photo tutorial of the pattern too. 

Round1Start by making a magic loop .Into the magic loop, make a starting 3dc bobble, 3 ch ,( 3dc bobble ,3ch) five times around.( 6( 3dc bobble 3 ch). Close magic ring by pulling the thread.

Join with sl st on top on the first cluster

Round 2 : On top of the bobble, starting shell ,2ch,2dc shell.Skip the next 3 ch and make a shell on top of the next bobble. Repeat around. 


Join in the third st of the beginning shell.


Round 3:Sl st into the ch2 space, Starting shell in the ch 2 space , 2ch , sc in the space  between the shells of the previous round, (shell in the next shell , 2ch , sc , 2ch) repeat around.


Join in the third st of the starting shell.


Round :4
Sl st into the 2ch space of the shell of the previous round. 


Sl st , 3ch picot, 4ch picot, 3ch picot, sl st, 3ch, 


sc, 3ch picot, sc in the sc of the previous round


3ch ( slst 3chpicot,4chpicot,3chpicot slst)


{3ch (sc 3chpicot sc) 3ch (sl st 3ch picot, 4 ch picot, 3ch picot, sl st,) 3ch }* repeat around
Sl st in to the sl st of the beginning picot.

Finish off.
Enjoy! If you find any mistakes, please feel free to let me know.



Comments

  1. Pretty. Will try the pattern later though I never seem to have luck with bobbles. :) Best wishes, Tammy

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  2. Such a beautiful wintery snowflake! Lovely of you to share :)

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    1. Thanks Leonie. I hope you will make some

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  3. So pretty with the sparkles!

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